Kulfi
Written by Jayashree
Published on February 25, 2014

Kulfi is an all time favourite of kids and adults alike. Coming from the hills of Himalayas, this recipe is made since generations. It is an heirloom recipe.

Ingredients:

1 litre Whole milk

200 grams of sugar

a few strands of saffron

cardamom  powder

half a bowl of assorted dry fruits

Method:

Boil milk  with strands of saffron in it for half an hour. Allow the quantity to reduce by one-fourth at least.  Add sugar, broken pieces of dry fruits and cardamom powder and boil for another five minutes. Allow to cool and then put it in the kulfi moulds and allow to set . Tasty kulfi is ready to serve.

 

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